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John Kuhn, Greg Jennings injured against New York Giants

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Green Bay Packers fullback John Kuhn and wide receiver Greg Jennings have injured in the Sunday’s NFC Divisional Playoff Game against the New York Giants at Lambeau Field in Green Bay.

The 29-year-old John Kuhn, who has suffered right knee in the third quarter against New York Giants at Lambeau Field on Sunday night football, he has taken to the locker room by team members of the Packers’ medical staff. New York Giants has thrashed Green Bay Packers with a 37-20 in the divisional playoff victory Sunday. The Giants will play take on San Francisco 49ers in San Francisco for the NFC Championship next Sunday 22nd January.

Kuhn has made the Packers first touchdown on an 8-yara pass from the Aaron Rodgers in the second quarter, where he is one of the game’s biggest parapraxises. Greg Jennings also left the field with just more than six minutes of the NFC Divisional Playoff Game against the New York Giants, where he suffered rib injury and doubtful for the appearance against San Francisco 49ers next week.

The Giants quarterback Aaron Rodgers has made 26 of 46 for 264 yards with two touchdowns including an interception. Giants coach Tom Coughlin insist that, team is looking forward to show aggressive performance against San Francisco 49ers and becoming one of the dangersrous team in NFL.

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